Mark West Pinot Noir 2006
Excellent find for $9.99 and definitely agree with their motto, "Pinot for the People" Most Pinot's at this price point are a watery disaster. I wouldn't say complex, but some really nice flavors and a hint of depth. It actually drank better the next day.Add winemaker's notes
Excellent find for $9.99 and definitely agree with their motto, "Pinot for the People" Most Pinot's at this price point are a watery disaster. I wouldn't say complex, but some really nice flavors and a hint of depth. It actually drank better the next day.
82 points: Decanted for 1 hour prior to pouring. Very typical PN color; dark but pale red, able to see fingers through the backside. Nose is very bland. I really had to try to smell much of anything. I know I am just finishing up with a cold, but really, I smelled very little. First taste: fairly tart fruit. Very little mid-palate. Honestly, pretty one-dimensional. Good tannin structure though. It goes from a tart fruit in the beginning, skips the mid-palate, the tannins then kick in, but not too harsh; mild chewiness. A little bit of mouth puckerin' action and then ends with about a 10-second finish. The "one-dimension'ality'" of this wine and the lack of any nose at all really hurts this PN. Too bad, I had good hopes for this one.
Very decent. I would agree with "mkaneko" on the flavors, although I don't have any experience with keeping it overnight...
Great wine with any meal
Juicy and clean
Great wine, goes with anything
Joy and Giselle
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